Foucaults theory of discipline b deterrence theory c

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Foucault’s theory of discipline.b.deterrence theory.c.differential opportunity theory.d.labeling theory.
What is one explanation for why it can be difficult to accurately measure changes in crime rates over time?
Anomie can be defined as a sense of aimlessness or despair that develops when an individual ________
Since the 1970s, incarceration rates in the United States have ________
Robert Merton’s strain theory argues that deviance occurs when ________a.individuals internalize other people’s perceptions of themselvesand come to accept those perceptions as “right” or “true.”b.people don’t understand the unspoken rules that govern group membership.c.people are unwilling to sacrifice some of their personal interestsfor the sake of stability in their social group.d.a society holds out the same goals to all its members but does not give them equal ability to achieve these goals.
Definitions of deviant behavior tend to ________

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